Channel 4 air episode of Hotel Hell filled with swearing at 11am in the morning, causing Ofcom to be flooded with complaints.
Earlier this week Channel 4 made a big booboo when they accidentally aired an episode of Gordan Ramsay’s Hotel Hell filled with expletives at 11am in the morning!
After just 15 minutes of the show being aired Channel 4 realised their mistake and managed to take the show off air & replaced it with Kirstie Allsopp & her show Handmade Britain.
Users took to twitter to show their dismay & enjoyment of the mistake:
Today’s little treat was waiting for Channel 4 to realise they’d aired an uncensored version of @GordonRamsay hotel hell at 11am 😂😂
— Roxy (@Claytes07) April 28, 2017
@GordonRamsay Love watching Hotel Hell on 4 at 11am weekdays as they have left the swear words in!! Yea Naughty channel 4 xx
— KERRY (@kes2611) May 5, 2017
@Channel4 hey attention channel 4..you’ve just put on a Gordon ramsay show with all the swearing included and its only 11 am.
— colin glen (@snowglen) April 28, 2017
Channel 4’s TV Nightmare
A spokesperson for Channel 4 told the Daily Mail Online.
“Ramsay’s Hotel Hell is routinely edited for daytime repeat transmission, however due to an error the first part of the wrong version of this programme was aired this morning,”
According to reports Ofcom received around 20 complaints & channel 4 are working with Ofcom as part of their investigation.
I personally think it’s no big deal, it was a mistake and if people really did have a problem with it they could just SWITCH OFF their TV! Let’s face it, you hear swearing in the real world, so one or two blunders on TV shouldn’t be the end of the world.
Either way the story made me chuckle. I can’t imagine the faces on some people when they sat down to enjoy a nice bleeped episode of Hotel Hell, only to be greeted with Fuck in the ears of their nearby children.